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Thomas Redpool Goes To Hell

3.82 of 5 stars 3.82  ·  rating details  ·  11 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Thomas's story is not one of redemption.
Though he'd argue otherwise, Thomas deserves to find himself in Hell. Even so, an eternity of running errands for his demonic employer is too bleak a prospect. Thomas slays his master and takes his place to become Lord of Hell - Sinner's Division, at the Department of the Armageddon.
Preying upon his inexperience, one of the other Lor
Paperback, 260 pages
Published March 13th 2012 by CreateSpace
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N.E. White
This self-published book will have you howling to get in to Hell.

Thomas Redpool Goes to Hell is an irreverent, religious satire that will keep you turning the pages just to find out what Thomas Redpool will discover in Mr. Newton’s outrageous version of Hell. The book is about Thomas Redpool who deservedly goes to Hell and decides to take over only to thwart Armageddon and fall in lust with his secretary.

His tale starts with his descension into Hell along with a few other sorry souls. Via an ele
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First appearances mean alot. I love the title of this book. It makes you want to pick it up and flip through the pages. However, the cover art is just dumb. It has nothing to do with the storyline. And it made it difficult to carry around in public or read in front of my kids.

I think Mr. Newton is a very descriptive writer. He does an excellent job describing all the aspects of hell and provides the reader with a good picture in their mind of the sur
Keith Vandenbergh
Redpool was a very entertaining read from the outset. What would happen when a completely irreverent sinner went to hell and decided to shake it up? Some phrasing was clumsy in Newton's first effort but these were minor distractions to a completely different story line.
Enjoyed this book. Great humor and storyline. Even better that I won a copy in drawing and had it delivered by and old friend from school ;) Ps note to author: Sorry Todd but I've carried around books with more graphic covers and titles. But good choice.
Amusing at times, but the story was just too disjoint. It seemed like there were lots of missing parts.
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Todd Newton was born in 1980. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science but desperately tries to escape the infernal machines by reading Fantasy. He resides in Denver, Colorado, and has been trying to write since long before he was old enough to smoke cigars, his favorite hobby. Todd is a yearly volunteer at the Great American Beer Festival and also attends local cons like COSine and MileHi ...more
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